Police Apprehend Fake Pastor in Enugu; Impregnate 20 Female Members Sleep With Many ConcubinesFeatured, Latest News, News, News From The State Saturday, June 21st, 2014
From Ignatius Okpara, Enugu
The Enugu State Police Command Friday arrested a Pastor and General Overseer, Vineyard Ministry of the Holy Trinity, Timothy Ngwu, at Ihe/Owerre, in Nsukka local government area of Enugu State, over alleged sexual harassment and impregnating of female members of the church.
The Pastor who claimed to be acting under the divine commandment before his arrest had impregnated not fewer than 20 members of the Ministry.
Enugu State Police Public Relations Officer, (PPRO) Ebere Amaraizu, told newsmen that the Pastor claimed his actions were due prophetic/spiritual injunction to do the will of God.
He said: “When the woman is delivered of the baby, the child remains in the ministry with the mother for life”.
The command Spokesman stated “Vineyard Ministry of the Holy Trinity, located at Umudikwere, Ihe/Owere Nsukka Enugu, was not known until DSP Gloria Udoka and her operatives from the Anti-Child Trafficking unit of the state Criminal and Investigation department, stormed the place on the tip-off from Pastor’s wife, Veronica.
“According to Veronica, her husband used to be a well-known Catechist in Nsukka Catholic Diocese”. Some of the female members she said were now living with him after impregnating all of them”.
The suspect in his reaction, revealed he has about five wives with 13 children, apart from other concubines, who regularly visited for prophecy, while debunked allegation of impregnation against him.
Two of the female members, Calista Omeje and Assumpta Odo who had relocated to Pastor Ngwu confirmed the development. Calista explained that she had married with 10 children as well as being impregnated by the man of God, adding that the child she had for him later died.
She further revealed that she gave her daughter out to the General Overseer to be impregnated in fulfillment to the will of God. Odo also equally confirmed, pointing out that she had similar experience with Omeje.
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